Bob Judges A Beauty Contest
Love That Bob ep 5x12 Bob Judges A Beauty Contest
Audio/Visual sound, color
August 22, 2014
Bob Judges A Beauty Contest -- Archive
The Bob Cummings Show, also known as Love That Bob, was a sitcom that aired from 1955 – 1959. The series stars Bob Cummings as Bob Collins, a popular Hollywood photographer as well as an Air Force Reserve officer. It also stars his sister Margaret, played by Rosemary DeCamp, who is constantly trying to rein in Collins’ tendencies as a ladies’ man.
This sitcom aired from 1955 – 1959. The original airdate was Sunday December 16, 1958 at 7:30pm. The show started out on NBC with just half a season. It then moved to CBS where it ran for two seasons, and then moved back to NBC for two more seasons. In this particular episode, Bob Judges a Beauty Contest (Season 5, Episode 12), Bob uses his debonair charm to woo the Air Force General’s wife, who was in charge of choosing the judge for the beauty contest.
The show was created and produced by Paul Henning and written by William Cowley, Shirley Gordon, Bill Manhoff, Lawrence Menkin, Phil Shuken, and Dick Wesson. The executive producer was George Burns of The George Burns Show. The directors of The Bob Cummings Show included Rod Amateau, Robert Cummings, Fred DeCordova, Edward Rubin, and Norman Tokar. Laurel Productions, McCadden Productions, and Henning Corporation produced it. (hfe/110)
July 21, 2012
Bob Judges a Beauty Pageant
The Bob Cummings Show.
Season 5, episode 12.
Original air date: 16 December 1958.
When Bob learns that the U. S. Air Force is hosting a beauty contest with lovely contestants from all their air bases, he campaigns to be assigned to judge the event.
Cast: Bob Cummings (Bob Collins), Ann B. Davis (Chairmaine `Schultzy` Schultz), Peter Lawford, Rose Marie (Martha Randolph), Sidney Miller (Roscoe Dewitt), Nancy Kulp (Pamela Livingstone), Madge Blake (Florence Patterson), Robert Burton (General Patterson), Dorothy Johnson (Harriet Wyle) and Bill Baldwin (Announcer).
March 8, 2008
This is of Great Historical Value
Amazingly, This episode features the original cigarette commercials, adding to the historical value of the episode. Add to this popular actor Robert Cummings, Soon-to-be-popular actress Ann B. Davis, and a production team which included the creater of "The Beverly Hillbillies", and you have one of the highlights of the Classic TV section. Anyone interested in the 50's should see this.